The Colts are riding high after handing the Seattle Seahawks their first lost of the season, a team widely assumed to be the best in the NFL. Andrew Luck has complete command of his offense and is proving that the Colts made the right decision to draft him. Indianapolis have assembled a great supporting cast around Luck that only got better with the recent addition of second year running back Trent Richardson.
After being questioned if he could still be a premier Quarterbacks this offseason, Philip Rivers has rose to the occasion and is having a career season. With Rivers at the helm the San Diego offense has been averaging 25 points per game and 400 total yards, significantly higher than last season when they ranked 31st in total offense.
With two high powered offense squaring off you should expect a shootout in San Diego. As a result this is one of the hottest tickets in town; yet it is the 4th cheapest Chargers home game of the year actually trending down 7% from last week. The average cost for a Chargers-Colts ticket is $134 per ticket, down 15% from the season average price of Chargers tickets and 17% lower than a average price for Colts tickets on the road this season.
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